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Cross-cultural perception of musical similarity within and between India and Japan
Cross-cultural perception of musical similarity is important for understanding musical diversity and universality. In this study we analyzed cross-cultural music similarity ratings on a global song sample from 110 participants (62 previously published from Japan, 48 newly collected from musicians and non-musicians from north and south India). Our pre-registered hypothesis that average Indian and Japanese ratings would be correlated was strongly supported (r = .80, p < .001). Exploratorydoi:10.31234/osf.io/ek9jx fatcat:34e7m2pfcbcs7lelpztgqnwsea